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Last Buckaroo - Mackey Hedges

Last Buckaroo

Author: Mackey Hedges
Book title: Last Buckaroo
ISBN: 0879056673
ISBN13: 978-0879056674
Publisher: Gibbs Smith Publishers (August 1, 1998)
Language: English
Category: Genre Fiction
Rating: 4.5/5
Votes: 805
Pages: 352 pages
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"Most cowboy stories are written by 'western writers.' Less commonly you will find cowboy stories written by a literate cowboy. Big difference." Baxter Black, cowboy poet and author of the novel, HEY COWBOY, WANNA GET LUCKY?"
Reviews: (7)
One of the best told stories I have ever read. Next to 'The Cowboy and the Cossack' in heartfelt wonder at mans life time experiences. So well written I limited myself to only 12 pages a day as I neared the end as I hated to have the experience end. Most wonderful. jimmyj
Should be read in company with Hedges, "Written on the Wind" -- the same story told from two perspectives. Helps to have an interest in horses, cows, cow hands, etc. Very authentic.
Mackey Hedges is the real deal and this book is a keeper, to be read again from time to time. It's one of those rare books that I couldn't put down, yet I didn't want to come to the end of it because I loved the characters, the story and the writing so much. Mackey Hedges, you'll do to ride the river with. T.C. Carter
Mackey is the real deal,
The real deal. Not enuf stars.
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Best freakin book ever. EVER!!!!
It's an easy read, entertaining and informative regarding the life and work of an itinerant buckaroo. True enough it doesn't have any bad language but Tap and Dean aren't role models for youth. This isn't a kid's story. Any amount of dollars in their pockets is soon lost in what a preacher would label "dissipation" and they're tossed in the slammer more than once.

I bought the book on recommendation of a buckaroo in Paso Robles who knows Mackey. His tales are embellishments on real people and events that his compadres recognize in the stories. So you'll be reading a real slice of the Great Plains buckaroo life of the recent past.
Mackey Hedges takes you into a world that most of us could never do or even experience, yet he makes you feel like your right there. His tails of the overzelous young Dean and the wild and woolly Tap kept me in stiches for days. As my husband read the book he would call to me to read to him because he was laughing to hard and his eyes were watering. I wish I could read more books like this. Am ordering five copies for my friends. A book like that I could never lend out.
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